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W. H. Auden's Poetry:

Mythos, Theory, and Practice
R. Victoria Arana
ISBN: 9781604975956

“This book succeeds in one of the most difficult tasks of literary criticism. It demonstrates how deeply Auden’s style and diction are essential bearers of complex meanings, and it does so in a lucid and exciting way. It marks a major advance in Auden studies and its insights will serve the needs of readers at all levels of experience.” — Professor Edward Mendelson, Columbia University Read More..

Autobiographical Writing in Latin America:

Folds of the Self
Sergio R. Franco
ISBN: 9781604979794

"Meticulous yet provocative; original yet firmly and scrupulously grounded in a wide and impressive array of carefully selected bibliographical sources; challenging on each and every page...Sergio R. Franco’s new book is all of this and more." —Gerald Martin, author of Gabriel García Márquez: A Life Read More..

The Avant-Garde Imperative:

The Visionary Quest for a New Language
Willard Bohn
ISBN: 9781604978353

As the twentieth century dawned, artists and writers became convinced that there was more to reality than physical appearance and turned their gaze inward and adopted a number of unconventional approaches. Paradoxically, considering that they strove to give a more faithful impression of reality, their experiments were overwhelmingly anti-realistic. This book illuminates this period of modern aesthetics. It will appeal not only to scholars of twentieth-century literature but also to those working in the field of modern art. Read More..

Behind Paul Scott’s Raj Quartet: A Life in Letters:

Volume I: The Early Years: 1940–1965
Janis Haswell
ISBN: 9781604977493

Praised by the Times Literary Supplement for being “an important addition to the growing body of scholarship about a writer who lived for his art,” this two-volume collection makes available to the reading public for the first time several hundred of Paul Scott's letters, illuminating his view of the themes and structure of his novels among other important insights. Read More..

Behind Paul Scott’s Raj Quartet: A Life in Letters:

Volume II: The Quartet and Beyond: 1966–1978
Janis Haswell
ISBN: 9781604977509

Praised by the Times Literary Supplement for being “an important addition to the growing body of scholarship about a writer who lived for his art,” this two-volume collection makes available to the reading public for the first time several hundred of Paul Scott's letters, illuminating his view of the themes and structure of his novels among other important insights. Read More..

Black Medea:

Adaptations for Modern Plays
Kevin J. Wetmore
ISBN: 9781604978650

The plays in this volume reflect recurring themes and approaches to adapting Medea to modern contexts. Numerous modern adaptations see the play as painting a picture of the struggle of the powerless under the powerful, of women against men, of foreigners versus natives. The play has been adapted into colonial and historical contexts to lend its powerful resonances to issues of current import. Read More..

Black Women as Custodians of History:

Unsung Rebel (M)Others in African American and Afro-Cuban Women's Writing
Paula Sanmartín
ISBN: 9781604978698

This book is an essential addition to the study of comparative black literature of the Americas; it will also fill the gap that exists on theoretical studies exploring black women’s writing from the Spanish Caribbean. This book examines literary representations of the historic roots of black women’s resistance in the United States and Cuba by studying the following texts by both African American and Afro-Cuban women from different literary genres. Read More..

The Borderlands of Asia:

Culture, Place, Poetry
Mark Bender
ISBN: 9781604979763

"There is nothing close to this book in terms of quality or range of material. This is a unique and valuable addition to the field of literature and Asian studies.”—Jonathan Stalling, University of Oklahoma; and Editor, Chinese Literature Today Read More..

British Asian Fiction:

Framing the Contemporary
Neil Murphy and Wai-chew Sim
ISBN: 9781604975413

In this outstanding collection of essays, Neil Murphy and Wai-chew Sim seek not so much to demarcate the field of British Asian fiction, but to offer due acknowledgment of the artistic merit of the works of selected authors and simultaneously register their cultural significance. Read More..

Brian Castro's Fiction:

The Seductive Play of Language
Bernadette Brennan
ISBN: 9781604975642

Brian Castro’s fiction is becoming increasingly recognized for its brilliance around the world. In this first critical study of Brian Castro’s work, Bernadette Brennan offers original and creative readings of Castro’s eight published novels. Read More..

 

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